30 Ultra Unique Watches

If you ever dared to think that a watch is nothing more than a time-telling device, this article is here to change the way you think. Today you’re going to discover six ultra-unique watches that make the act of telling time more like the art of time telling.

From wrist watches that play classical music to watches without faces, here are six ultra-unique watches that would be as at home on your wrist as they would be in a display case in a museum—and probably will be one day!

Ultra-Unique Watches: Our 30 Best Picks

Although ultra-unique watches may not be everyone’s cup of tea, many brands, both well-esteemed and underrated, still offer such pieces to showcase their artistry. Below are 30 of our recommended ultra-unique watches full of creativity — in no particular order.

1. Cartier Mechanical Legends Crash Skeleton

front view of Cartier Mechanical Legends Crash Skeleton watch
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It would only be right to begin this list with a piece from a brand best known for crafting imaginative and unparalleled watch designs: Cartier. The Cartier Mechanical Legends Crash Skeleton is a very striking timepiece. It looks quite intimidating at first, but is indeed a rare gem when it comes to performance and composition. First unveiled in the 1960s, it comes in a 28.15mm 18K rose gold case with a beautiful brushed finish, paired with a grey alligator leather strap to finish off its elegant but bold look. The idea for this watch’s odd shape emerged when a client brought in his distorted Cartier Baignoire model, which was damaged from a car accident, for repair. Under the hood, the Cartier Mechanical Legends Crash Skeleton with a studded crown relies on a hand-wound mechanism called the Caliber 9818 MC. Solidly built to fit the unusual, asymmetric case shape, the movement beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour. Priced at around $83,300 USD, this Cartier watch may have been controversial when it was first released, but its relevance and timelessness remains celebrated to this day. 

2. Swatch Retro-Rosso Ref. GR185

front view of Swatch Retro-Rosso Ref. GR185 watch

Next up, we have another model with an open-worked dial that exhibits a completely different vibe than the previous one. From the color scheme and materials used to the strap choice, this Swatch unisex model is daring and eye-catching in every way. 

Embodying design cues from the 80s, the Swatch Retro-Rosso Ref. GR185 has a 34mm translucent red plastic case and bezel, as well as a matching red silicone strap. The dial sports a vibrant yellow hue and is transparent, allowing wearers to admire the intricate structure of the quartz movement that runs underneath its hood. Apart from bearing neon green baton hands, the watch’s face also features black hour markers on the outer rim of the dial. These hour markers are spelled out in alphabet letters instead of the usual Roman or Arabic numeral formats. Such detail gives this Swatch model in question a hint of quirkiness and character. You do not have to have a sight like a hawk in order to see that this casual Swatch watch is incredibly special. For just $75 USD, you will surely make many heads turn with this distinctive piece.

3. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Rainbow Ref. 116595RBOW

front view of Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Rainbow Ref. 116595RBOW watch
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Here we have another colorful watch, but this one gives off an air of absolutely sumptuous luxury. The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Rainbow Ref. 116595 carries an air of sportiness and sophistication perfect for urbane men and women. It also demonstrates the Swiss brand’s admirable craftsmanship and expertise in gem-setting. Considered one of the holy grails of Rolex timepieces, you will easily stand out in a crowd with this dazzling and unique luxury watch on your wrist.

This Rolex Cosmograph Daytona model has a 40mm 18K Everose gold case paired with a tough sapphire crystal. Extremely fancy and luxe, its bezel features 36-colored gradient sapphires in beautiful baguette cuts. Rolex also used the same precious stones for the hour markers, except for the 12 o’clock marker, which sports the brand’s distinctive crown logo instead. Delving further into the watch’s layout, its dial has a black lacquer backdrop with luminous baton hands that glide smoothly across the surface. You can also find three rose gold sub-dials, all dedicated to chronograph functions, and diamond-studded lugs and crown guards for an added lavish touch. Bright and truly spectacular to look at, this Rolex watch costs around $474,000 USD. It is one of the models on this list that carries a significantly hefty price tag, all to match its lavish aesthetics.

4. Casio Databank DBC-611-1D

front view of Casio Databank Ref. DBC-611-1D watch

This list of unique watches will not be complete without a piece from Casio. Hailing from the Land of the Rising Sun, the company manufactures both durable time-telling devices suitable for professional pursuits and cool digital watches like this Casio Databank DBC-611. It is one of the most stylish calculator watches available on the market today, especially with its classy silver-and-black color scheme and peculiar structure.

Right off the bat, the Casio Databank DBC-611 gives you a real blast from the past with its familiar nostalgic aesthetics. It comes in a 46.5mm resin case and a sleek stainless steel bracelet with a fully-adjustable clasp. The digital display boasts texts that remind you of video games you used to play in the past, while the watch’s keypad has a flat layout that is very easy to press and play around with. This watch also offers numerous functionalities ranging from dual time, stopwatch and five alarm features, multi-language display, hourly time signal, 25-page Databank, and an 8-digit calculator, among others. Lastly, a Japanese quartz movement with about 3 years of battery life is what keeps the watch running. You can buy this budget-friendly and incredibly innovative Casio watch for just $70 USD.

5. Boegli Grand Opera Ref. M902

front view of Boegli Grand Opera Ref. M902 watch

At first glance, this watch looks like a regular mechanical timepiece with a slightly busy dial. However, on closer look, you will find that it is far from the usual complicated watches you see around. This timepiece does not just tell you the time—it is actually a watch that possesses musical capabilities! What’s more, it also mimics the abilities of highly-expensive minute repeater watches, but at a much more accessible price.

As one of the prettiest music box watches out there, this Boegli Grand Opera watch emits the tune of Chopin’s Tristesse through a round module with a 17-teeth cylinder. The user can start and stop the music by pressing the pusher at 4 o’clock. Aesthetics-wise, the graceful exterior of this timepiece is emphasized by a 47mm brushed stainless steel case, a fixed bezel, and a black leather strap with a butterfly buckle. The silver dial has a vibrant blue time display on the left, with white Arabic numerals and hands. On the right, you can find a window for the drums and pins, signifying that Boegli gives equal importance to both the musical and horological aspects of the watch. If you are looking for a beautiful companion that tells time like a dream, then this $4,200 USD timepiece should be at the top of your must-have list. 

6. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie

front view of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie Ref. 26577TI.OO.D002CA.01 watch

Speaking of minute repeater watches, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie Ref. 26577TI.OO.D002CA.01 remains unrivaled in this department. Apart from bearing a sophisticated and futuristic look, its unique shape and dial layout are all crafted to steal the attention of those on the hunt for fully-functional statement pieces. This complex watch is widely considered one of the most impressive releases by Audemars Piguet.

This Swiss-made watch, priced at $597,000 USD, comes in a 44mm case made out of titanium that perfectly complements its simple black rubber strap. The octagonal outer bezel makes it more recognizable as an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak piece, while the black ceramic crown and titanium pushers on the side add more texture to its dapper look. Apart from sporting an open-worked layout, the dial has satin-brushed components, black counters, and an black inner bezel with white markings for greater legibility. It also has white gold skeleton hands with yellow accents, adding a splash of color to this steely timepiece. Compared to other minute-repeaters out there, this unique watch probably has the best acoustic performance. 

7. MB&F Horological Machine N°7 Aquapod TI Blue

side view of MB&F Horological Machine N°7 Aquapod TI Blue watch

Crafted to make many heads turn, the MB&F Horological Machine N°7 Aquapod TI Blue comes in a 53.8mm grade 5 titanium sphere-shaped case. Its striking case shape is inspired directly by organic jellyfishes found in the deep waters of the ocean. To balance its look, the company added a floating blue unidirectional bezel and a black aircraft-grade rubber strap with intricate engravings and a matte finish. Its dial includes white hour and minute markers that can be seen through two titanium spherical rings rotating on central bearings. Just like a jellyfish, the winding rotor and some segments of the Aquapod’s movement glow effortlessly in dark environments, thanks to their Super-Luminova coatings. 

This unique watch is powered by a sphere-shaped automatic movement with 303 components and 35 jewels. To top it all off, it boasts a 72-hour power reserve and a 60-second flying tourbillon at the center to achieve optimal performance. If you have been seeking a piece that showcases Haute Horlogerie at its finest, then this MB&F watch, priced at around $98,000 USD, is your best bet.

8. Anura Rafael Write Time

Anura Rafael Write Time watch on its side

Like what its name suggests, the Anura Rafael Write Time combines the capabilities of a tourbillon watch and a fountain pen into one. It comes in a 42mm pink gold case and runs on a 472-component linear Caliber ARS001/T movement. Its horological capsule comes in a flawless rose gold tone, with a tough sapphire crystal serving as its main protection. Inside, there are three hour and minute discs adorned with large hand-engraved and hand-painted Arabic numerals that tell the time accurately. In order to convert the watch into a writing tool, you just need to release the rotating ring, remove the module, and then attach it to the pen’s body. The actual pen is also made out of the same pink gold material and is decorated with the same alligator leather material found in the strap. Carrying a price tag of $267,000 USD, this is a flamboyant and unique watch that will surely bring out the personality of its wearer.

9. Ora Unica

front view of Ora Unica watch
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Let us take a break from costly, lavish timepieces and take a look at this minimalist designer beauty. The Ora Unica is a very straightforward and streamlined piece that could effortlessly match any outfit you choose to pair it with. It is the perfect unique dress watch for those of you who like keeping things simple and neat. 

Delving into its capabilities, this watch runs on a three-hand quartz movement and is water-resistant up to depths of 30 meters. The star of this timepiece, without a doubt, is its dial. Exuding an almost all-black appearance, the Ora Unica’s dial boasts a crisp matte black backdrop and a mini circle at the center. It also features two white curved lines that serve as its pointers. One end is for telling the hour, while the other one represents the minute. This graphic drawing of lines turns and changes its form as the time passes, giving wearers a source of quick entertainment. With a price of around $200 USD, this may be one of the cheapest models on this list, but it is definitely a decent timepiece worth checking out.

10. Jaquet Droz Bird Repeater Alpine View


When it comes to visually-appealing luxury timepieces, the Jaquet Droz Bird Repeater Alpine View is surely one of the front-runners. Oozing with dignity and splendour, this watch comes in a 47mm 18K white gold case and a handmade black strap made out of alligator leather. What makes this watch so interesting is its intricately-made white mother-of-pearl dial. The dial boasts hand-engraved and painted 18K white gold bird figures on its outer rim, all sporting various colors that are easy on the eyes. The backdrop of the dial is a gorgeously painted mountain range that you simply cannot take your eyes off. Sticking with its regal theme, this timepiece also features hands, printed lugs, and a crown made out of white gold as well. It is powered by an in-house Caliber RMA88 that beats at 18,000 vph. This Jaquet Droz watch, which comes with a minute repeater function, retails at $525,000 USD. That being said, it is unfortunately not water-resistant, so be sure to keep this timepiece dry. 

Although it comes with a minute repeater function, this Jaquet Droz watch, which retails for $525,000 USD, is unfortunately not water-resistant, so be sure to keep it dry.  

11. Qlocktwo W39 White Collection

front view of Qlocktwo W39 White Collection watch

Have you been wanting a unique timepiece with clean and stylish aesthetics? Well, the W39 White Collection by German brand Qlocktwo might just be for you. This watch has a standard 39mm square-shaped stainless case with a fixed bezel. However, it is the sleek dial that makes this quite an interesting watch. Instead of the typical analog layout with geometric or numeral hour markers and hands, this watch displays the time in full, spelled out words. By pushing the thin button on the right side of the watch, the words spelling the correct time will be lit up with bright white LED lights. This also makes the timepiece very readable even in dim conditions. The watch also has many other useful attributes such as a perpetual calendar, a seconds mode, and a battery level indicator. Priced at around $857 USD, this is definitely the kind of unique watch you can wear on both your dress up and dress down days.

12. Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire Black

front view of Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire Black watch

Striking and incredible, the Bell & Ross BR-X1 Skeleton Tourbillon Sapphire Black has a sophisticated blueprint that is really pleasing to the eye. It boasts a special 45mm case made out of fine sapphire blocks and a thick translucent rubber strap. Since the case is transparent, any wearer can freely admire the hand-wound 20-jewel Caliber BR-CAL.288 tourbillon movement located at 6 o’clock. The addition of a skeletonized black dial adorned with baton hands and indices also make the watch more commanding than ever. When it comes to durability, you do not have to worry as the surface of this Bell & Ross watch is protected with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal that is great in withstanding impacts, scratches, and bumps. With only 8 pieces produced, it is no surprise that this unique Bell & Ross timepiece has a heavy price tag of around $480,000 USD. 

13. De Bethune Maestri’Art DW5 Armilia

front view of De Bethune Maestri’Art DW5 Armilia watch

Next up, we have another artistic watch that truly redefines the world of horology. Right off the bat, the De Bethune Maestri’Art DW5 Armilia looks like it came right out of a science fiction film. 

First released in 2019, this special edition watch draws inspiration from artist/cartoonist Francois Schuiten work, Obscure Cities. This is why the watch’s 58mm pink gold case has a graphic representation of the fictional underground city, Armilia, in a hand-drawn and hand-engraved format. To achieve a realistic and pristine look, De Bethune scouted a few talented Swiss engravers to work on the illustrations. They also added a lovely black alligator leather band to add to its elegant aesthetics. Since the piece is still technically considered a Dream Watch, it is only natural that it boasts an odd, spaceship-like build. On the top of the case, you will see a small sapphire window that displays the jumping hours and analog minutes. Carrying a price tag of $207,365 USD, this is truly a unique hand-wound timekeeper like no other.

14. Louis Moinet “8 Marvels of the World” Machu Picchu

front view of Louis Moinet “8 Marvels of the World” Machu Picchu watch

Immerse yourself in the beauty of one of the greatest wonders of the world with this piece from independent Swiss label Louis Moinet. Released under the 8 Marvels of the World collection, this luxurious watch is an actual charmer which is unparalleled in its breathtaking detail. 

The Louis Moinet “8 Marvels of the World” Machu Picchu has an 18K rose gold case with engravings all over its surface. This matches the aesthetic of its elaborate dial which depicts the iconic site of Machu Picchu using numerous hand-engraved and hand-painted techniques. The drawings found on the face of this unisex watch, including the hummingbird, the condor, the golden sun symbol at 12 o’clock, the mountains, and the sky are inspired by works from the Nazca civilization.

This Louis Moinet watch runs on a 60-second tourbillon movement called the Caliber LM35. Aside from bearing 19 jewels, the mechanism also beats at 21,600 vph. You can have a proper view of the watch through the dial, all-thanks to its open-heart layout. With its lovely and contemporary look, this $2.7 million USD-watch would look nice with a suit and tie. You can also wear it with your favorite shirt and jeans and still look great.

15. Nixon Dork Too Men All Gold 

front view of Nixon Dork Too Men All Gold  watch

If you think that timekeepers that come with a writing instrument or a musical ability are crazy inventions, wait until you see this next piece from American brand Nixon. The Nixon Dork Too Men’s watch utilizes a small-sized digital display and a speaker to dictate time. In other words, it is a watch that speaks! How awesome is that?

This men’s watch is made out of molded stainless steel, with a matching gold-colored bracelet that completes its classy look. Unlike the aforementioned watches, this one is a bit smaller, with a case size of 34mm. However, it has chunky sides that add a rather vintage feel to the watch. Occupying the majority of the case is the speaker cover, while the bottom part is reserved for the red digital LCD display. This Nixon watch has time and date-telling capabilities, an alarm, and an EL backlight. It also comes with a micro-USB charging port that you can use to recharge the watch’s battery. The only downside of this Nixon Dork Too timepiece is that it is only splash-resistant, so you cannot directly submerge it underwater. This piece retails at around $150 USD and only speaks English for now. But who knows? Considering how much of a hit this unique watch was, Nixon might just add some more languages in the future.

16. Bulova Computron Ref. 97C110

front view of Bulova Computron Ref. 97C110 watch

Up next, we have the straightforward yet outstanding Bulova Computron. This vintage-style model first came out in the 1970s, but its influence and reputation among collectors and watch lovers still remains relevant to this day. 

This watch has a 30mm trapezoidal stainless steel case with a beautiful gold hue and a delightful polished finish. It also features an Oyster-like bracelet with solid links and a folding clasp. While the build is already a scene-stealer, what makes this watch extremely unique is its small rectangular digital display placed below the patterned case. Apart from bearing vibrant red digits, the LED screen allows any wearer to see the hour, minute, 12/25 hour time, second timezone, day, and date. Every feature of this watch can be controlled by pushing the single button on the side. You can buy this iconic Bulova watch for only $295 USD.

17. Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Navihawk GPS


Oftentimes, unique watches are not just about physical attributes. Timepieces can also be considered extraordinary if they are equipped with outstanding technologies that contribute to the watch’s accuracy and overall performance. The Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Navihawk GPS Ref. CC9025-85E is a prime example of that.

This Citizen timepiece, priced at $1,295 USD, has an extremely busy dial and a rugged, masculine aesthetic. It measures 47mm in size and has a large black titanium case that matches well with its black case. In keeping with its dark theme, the model in question has a beautiful black dial with white accents and texts. More than all these features, however, the focal point of this Promaster GPS watch is its core. It runs on an advanced movement with Eco-Drive technology, meaning that the model actually relies on sources of light for its power. What’s more, this bold and fierce watch is equipped with satellite GPS timekeeping feature, a date window, a synchronized time adjustment available in 27 cities, and even an alarm.

18. Richard Mille RM 50-03


Richard Mille is one of the few innovative brands in the market today that goes all out with its themes, workmanship, and technologies. The Richard Mille RM 50-03, created in collaboration with the McLaren Formula 1 team, serves as proof of the brand’s dedication to luxurious and advanced watchmaking. 

This powerful timekeeper comes in a black tonneau-shaped case made out of graphene, titanium and carbon. Matching the dark aesthetic, we also have a rubber strap injected with a graphene component, which allows for great lightness and elasticity.

On the sophisticated dial, you will find a split-second chronograph with a tourbillon, a power reserve indicator, and a torque indicator with green, yellow, and red accents. It also has a function indicator that tells you whether the watch is in neutral configuration or whether you can wind or set it. Finally, this watch is powered by the hand-wound and lightweight Caliber RM50-03, with 70 hours of power reserve. Loaded with jaw-dropping functions and with only 75 pieces ever produced, it is no surprise why this Richard Mille watch costs $1.68 million USD.

19. Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Ref 95.9000.9004/78.R582

front view of Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Titanium watch

The Zenith Defy El Primero 21 Ref 95.9000.9004/78.R582 may look like a simple watch with a skeletonized dial but its mechanism is what makes this watch captivating and unique. It comes in a 44mm titanium case with a brushed finish, and an elegant black rubber strap with alligator leather coating. Its dial follows an openworked layout with two counters reserved for the chronograph function: one is in black while the other sports a blue-toned outline. This Zenith Defy model also features a power-reserve display at 12 o’clock, a small seconds display at 9 o’clock, and rhodium-plated and faceted hands and indices that are coated with Super-LumiNova. Powered by an outstanding El Primero 9004 Certified Chronometer movement, which can measure 1/100th of a second, this men’s watch also has a separate chronograph hand. Retailing at $12,500 USD, this luxurious Zenith watch is one of their best offerings on the market.

20. Projects Terra-Time Grey


Designed by James Wines and Alex Donahue, the open landscape concept of the Projects Terra-Time Grey is what makes it a watch worth getting. Bearing an affordable price tag of around $145 USD, it is the ideal choice for those who like neutral tones but want something with an unconventional appearance.

This watch has a 40mm stainless steel case, straight lugs, and crown, all with gorgeous brushed finishes. Tying the muted look together, we also have a well-proportioned gray silicone strap. With a water resistance rating of 50m, this watch can withstand occasional splashes and a swim in the pool. However, the highlight of this watch lies in its six-layered dial, which boasts different shades of gray that represent the layers of the earth. Taking inspiration from contour maps and agricultural terraces, the dial consists of simple sword-shaped hands and circular hour markers that add to the watch’s minimalistic aesthetic.

21. Patek Philippe Complications Ref. 5180/1R


This Patek Philippe Complications Ref. 5180/1R runs on a hand-engraved 159-component skeleton movement with a 48-hour power reserve. In terms of physical attributes, this Patek Philippe watch comes in a classic 39mm pure rose gold case, and a bracelet with a fold-over clasp in the same material. Like most luxury watches, the front and back of this timekeeper are protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. This is a straightforward time-teller, without any overly complex complications. Instead, its dial simply boasts two sleek black dauphine hands and a skeleton dial that shows off its delicate and luxurious movement at work. Ladies who need a dash of finesse in their lives can cop this piece for around $111,000 USD. While its price certainly is not a joke, this Patek Philippe Coomplications watch will forever remain as a timeless statement piece, making it quite a reasonable purchase.

22. Ziiiro Eon Clear White


Chic and minimal—these are the words that best fit the Ziiiro Eon Clear White. Wondering how exactly it works? Well, you can track the time using the red and black baton shapes that serve as the hour and minute hands. Designed to upgrade your timekeeping experience, both parts rotate in an orbital motion, like what regular analog pieces do, just without the presence of elongated pointers. Apart from bearing a 41mm 316L stainless steel case and hardened mineral crystal, the watch has a cool polyamide nylon strap in white. In addition, it has a brushed silver-and-black gradient dial which you simply cannot take your eyes off. Powered by a Miyota 1L-26 quartz movement with an accuracy rating of +/-20 seconds per month, this unique Ziiiro watch retails at around $180 USD.

23. Xeric Halograph II Automatic Green Brown Limited Edition


Another watch with a cool and contemporary look is the Xeric Halograph II Automatic Green Brown Limited Edition. The watch has a 46mm 316L stainless steel case with a scratch-resistant sapphire glass. This is paired with a handsome brown leather strap from Horween which has a quick change spring bar system, allowing wearers to easily switch straps according to their preferences. The star of this watch is its green dial, which boasts four halo hands with luminous coatings. These hands float over the inner and outer arcs at the top of the dial, which indicate the hours and the minutes, respectively. Furthermore, you can also find two displays at the bottom, which are directly attached to the movement window. One is for the day/night function, while the other indicates the running seconds. You can purchase this unique quartz-powered watch for just $499 USD.

24. Patek Philippe Grand Complications Ref. 6102R


Another enthralling timepiece on this list is the Patek Philippe Ref. 6102R, which is a member of the brand’s most prestigious collection, the Grand Complications. From the material and color choice down to the dial blueprint, it is nothing but an actual stunner. Its dial comes in a pretty black color speckled with silver, and has sapphire crystal disks scattered all over its surface to achieve an aesthetic reminiscent of a realistic night sky. There are also transparent disks dedicated for the sky chart and a Milky Way design at the center of the dial. 

Moving on to the technicalities, this watch also showcases the time of meridian passage of Sirius and of the moon, as well as solar time functions, among others. The only downside about this Patek Philippe celestial watch is that it is not too big on water resistance. However, given the delicacy of its components, this is quite understandable. Prepare to shell out about $316,000 USD if you want to get your hands on this ultra-unique timepiece. 

25. Casio G-Shock GMWB5000CS


Have you been wanting a classic black-and-white watch but with a unique twist? Then the Casio G-Shock GMWB5000CS might be the answer to your prayers. The brand really went all out with the construction of this piece, as it sways from the usual rugged and plain plastic build of G-Shock watches. 

With a wide octagonal case and bezel crafted out of stainless steel, the Casio model in question is one of the brand’s full-metal limited edition pieces. This timepiece is often called the “TRON” because of its resemblance to the grid landscape found in the movie of the same name. Its exterior has a black IP finish with laser engravings, resulting in a sharp and stunning Grid Tunnel pattern that all watch enthusiasts will surely appreciate. True to its name, this unisex watch has astonishing shock-resistance and 200m water-resistance capacities. This Casio sports watch is also packed with tons of handy features such as bluetooth connectivity with GPS, multi-band atomic time calibration, and world time with 39 time zones, and more. You can experience these all for just $800 USD.

26. Timex T80 Classic Digital Coke Edition


Fun and hip are the words that best describe the Timex T80 Classic Digital Coke Edition. It is a retro-inspired digital watch that bears an aesthetic funky and compelling enough to make you stand out without being too loud.

Enclosed in a 34mm silver brass case, the watch has an acrylic protective barrier and four pushers at both sides. You will also see a digital display right at the center of the dial, with black texts and INDIGLO® night-light for greater readability. Surrounding its outer ring are vibrant Coca Cola details in yellow, red, orange, pink, and blue tones. Apart from bearing month, day, and date functions, this unique watch for men and women also has a chronograph that measures 1/100th of a second, and a daily alarm. Priced at only $89 USD, you will be able to elevate your style with this trendy and affordable unique watch.

27. Breguet Marie-Antoinette No.1160


Considered a reproduction of the original piece commissioned for Marie-Antoinette back in the early 1780s, the Breguet Marie-Antoinette No.1160 holds the title of being the fifth most complicated watch in the world.

Evoking a regal feel, this luxurious pocket watch runs on a 63-jewel automatic movement, with parts made out of wood-polished pink gold and blued steel. Wearers can admire its extravagant beauty through its skeletonized dial, which is also adorned with Roman numeral indices and aqua blue hands. This unique watch packs a lot of features such as a perpetual calendar, equation of time, hour-repetition, quarters and minutes, and independent seconds. Valued at $30 million USD, this watch exemplifies the art of watchmaking in the most splendid way possible.

28. The Electricianz Carbon Z Black Leather Nato


For our next watch, we have the cool, electricity-inspired Carbon Z Black Leather Nato from the brand THE ELECTRICIANZ. With a playful and vibrant design, this watch has a 45mm round stainless steel case and an embroidered strap made out of calfskin leather. The black dial boasts oddly-shaped hands in different color highlights, and rounded baton hour markers that have blue LED backlights. They give this unique men’s watch an extraordinary, rich look during night time. Looking at the left side of the dial, you will also see wires in five different colors that gives the watch a high-tech feel. Priced at around $325 USD, this unique watch for men runs on an exclusive electric module.

29. Truwood Journey


Hailing from a relatively young and eco-friendly brand, the Truwood Journey is the ideal watch for adventure seekers and nature lovers. Endorsing sustainability and elegance all at once, it houses a Japanese automatic movement at its core. You can glimpse its sleek and polished beauty through the open-heart dial. Aside from sporting a nude-colored outer dial and a mixture of baton and Roman numeral indices in silver, the face of this men’s watch also consists of sleek hands that glide smoothly. What makes this Truwood timepiece distinct is that both its case and bracelet are made out of genuine, high-quality olive wood and zebrawood. You just have to be careful while wearing it as this unique watch for men is only water-resistant up to depths of 30m. For just $379 USD, you will be able to take this unique piece home. Plus, you will also be able to help the environment, since Truwood plants 10 trees for every purchase made from their site.

30. Vacheron Constantin Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600


Ending this list with a bang, we have another astronomical watch called the Vacheron Constantin Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600. This watch has an 18K white gold 45mm case and a matching black Mississippiensis alligator leather strap with fine stitchings and a saddle finish. The matte black dial boasts stick hands and baton-style hour markers, all in a shiny silver hue. However, what makes this watch truly stand out are its impressive technical features. Designed to stun, it comes with 23 complications and numerous astronomical functions for a trailblazing and ultra-unique watch. Showcasing top-tier workmanship, it even has a tourbillon, a power reserve indicator, and a hand-wound movement with 64 jewels and 514 parts that truly exceed expectations. This Vacheron Constantin piece costs around $1 million USD, which is not surprising, considering this is the brand’s most complicated wristwatch to date.

Final Thoughts

Picking out a creative watch worth donning on your wrist can be quite challenging knowing that there are many brands that excel in creating them. Some timekeepers can give you a glimpse of the celestial sky’s current condition, while some embody unusual shapes and hand-engraved dial designs that may even pass as works of art. As long as you know what you need and what instances you are planning to use such special watches for, you will surely be able to covet a good and long-lasting one with top-notch quality and features. Whatever piece you end up choosing, it is always a good idea to have at least one ultra unique watch in your closet.

Want to know more about other watch brands and their lovely offerings? Check out our articles on the Seiko Kinetic, Patek Philippe Aquanaut and the Most Expensive Rolex Watches.

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